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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

RGCB Selection Procedure for Scientist Jobs Level 1 2 Screening

An Autonomous National Institute, Government of India
Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology

Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB) invites applications for Scientist positions in Disease Biology (inclusive of, but not limited to Cancer Biology, Cardiovascular Biology, Diabetes, Infectious Disease Biology, Virology, Immunology of Disease, Stem Cell Biology, Neurobiology, etc.) and Plant Biotechnology.



Level 1 Screening
An Institutional Screening Committee (ISC) will be determine whether the applicant meets minimum prescribed qualifications for a scientist position at RGCB (C, E-I, E-II, F, G.N Ramachandran Fellow or Service Scientist). Ineligible applicants without these needed minimum qualifications will be rejected and no further correspondence will be sent to them. Applications shortlisted after the Level I screening by the ISC will be sent for Level 2 screening.

Level 2 Screening
A Faculty Screening Committee (FSC) will analyze the applications forwarded to it by the ISC after Level 1 screening. Level 2 screening includes detailed review of the applicant's credentials, publications, achievements, etc. Applicants may also be invited to give a seminar at RGCB. The FSC will decide in which grade the applicant can be considered and forward such recommendations to the Scientist Selection Committee (SSC). The Chairman of the Faculty Screening Committee will be a member of the SSC.

Final Selection Procedures
The SSC will or its individual members will speak to applicants personally, go over their plans and ideas with them and understand their long-term career goals. They will also assess the applicant's value to the development of RGCB and its R&D programs. The selection committee will also hold direct discussions with the shortlisted applicants either in person or through video conferencing. The SSC will take the final decision on whether to advice the institute to make an offer to the applicant and if so which grade of scientist is to be offered. The institute will then make a final administrative decision on this.

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About Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB)
Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB) is a premier research institute in India, exclusive devoted to research in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. It is located at Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital city of the state of Kerala in India. This centre runs as a 'grant in aid' institute of the Department of Biotechnology of the Govt. of India. It is an R&D centre under Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment.
The centre was inaugurated on November 18, 2002 by then President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The institute has highly focused research departments working on medical biotechnology (Molecular Medicine, Molecular Reproduction, Molecular Microbiology, Cancer Biology & Neurobiology) and plant genetic engineering. The Center has a regional facility for Genetic Fingerprinting, which provides DNA analysis services for forensic & criminal investigations, paternity disputes, identification of wildlife remains, authentication of plants and seeds besides a battery of molecular diagnostics for genetic and infectious diseases. RGCB is also a major provider of laboratory and infrastructure services to other academic and research institutions.

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